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Businesses make pitches for courthouse rehab project

Garmann Miller Architects and Engineers representatives met with the Wyandot County Board of Commissioners on Thursday to discuss a courthouse restoration project the commissioners are seeking to fund through a…

Leonard Elwood

FOREST — Leonard G. “Spike” Elwood, formerly of Forest and most recently of Toledo, died Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013 at ProMedica Toledo Hospital. He was 47. Mr. Elwood was a…

Safety Blotter: September 20, 2013

Upper Sandusky Police Department The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office reported an intoxicated male was at Wyandot Memorial Hospital early the morning of Sept. 9. No more information was provided. John…

Jackson Township unveils new ‘RESCUE 35′ emergency vehicle

Jackson Township unveils new ‘RESCUE 35′ emergency vehicle

FOREST — Jackson Township recently took delivery of a 2013 heavy rescue vehicle on behalf of the Forest Fire Department with Jackson-Forest Ambulance District. The new vehicle consists of an…

Riedlingers to celebrate 50 years of marriage

Riedlingers to celebrate 50 years of marriage

Kenneth and Mary (Bouillon) Riedlinger, of 220 Front St., Upper Sandusky, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary during an open house hosted by their children from 2-5 p.m. Sept. 29…

Auditions for upcoming Star show start Sept. 30

The Star Players are holding auditions for its upcoming production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” Auditions will be held at 6 p.m. Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at the…

Riverdale falls to Bucyrus in golf

BUCYRUS — Preston Ford shot a 40 to lead Bucyrus to a 168-213 North Central Conference golf victory against Riverdale on Wednesday at The Golf Club of Bucyrus. Brian Snouffer…

USMS girls take 3rd place

OLD FORT — The Upper Sandusky Middle School girls cross country team placed third at the Old Fort Invitational on Tuesday. Findlay Glenwood took first with 27 points, Gibsonburg was…

St. Peter’s School announces new staff members, roles for ’13-14 school year

St. Peter’s School announces new staff members, roles for ’13-14 school year

With a new school year underway, St. Peter’s School has welcomed new faces to its staff, while others have changed roles at the Upper Sandusky school that is home to…

County health board approves grant apps

The Wyandot County General Health District board approved grant applications for several programs during its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon. Wyandot County Health Department Director of Nursing Darlene Steward said she…